Brain Harmonics Services

Brain Harmonics can help

1. People needing to enhance performance: actors, athletes, business executives, students

2. People suffering from: addictions (e.g. smoking, substance abuse), anxiety, brain injury, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic pain, depression, eating disorders, epilepsy, low energy, low immune system, memory problems, obsessive thinking, panic attacks, posttraumatic stress disorder, stress, unresolved, emotional issues (e.g. anger, unhappiness), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), adult attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), age-related cognitive decline

3. Children with: ADHD, autism, learning disorders, OCD

Perhaps you have a problem that is not listed above? We may be able to help you. – contact Brain Harmonics to find out more.

Brain Training Sessions

Brain Harmonics brain training sessions consist of the following:

1. Assessment: Each of our brains is unique. We find out what your brain patterning looks like and how it operates when you are resting and busy. To do this we place non-invasive electrodes on your head to measure the activity in your brain.

2. Discussion: We then discuss the assessment results and your aims, and we set out a plan for neurofeedback training sessions.

3. Sessions: You perform tasks from a computer while you are given immediate feedback on your brain activity.

Your brain wave speeds (delta, theta, beta, etc.) are programmed in as certain sounds. For example, delta brainwaves are heard as different ranges of drums, theta brainwaves as bass and beta brainwaves as guitar – everybody’s brain plays a different tune. This helps your brain to hear itself and it can tell if it needs to slow down or speed up certain frequencies in certain brain lobe locations.

We track your brain activity by means of state-of-the-art software. Feedback on the brain activity (‘rewards’) is given as sounds (e.g. beeps) and visual cues. When your brain hears itself and registers these rewards it is able to make changes to patterns that it may be stuck in.

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